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Connecticut Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 2

Are you ready for your DMV Motorcycle Test? Find out NOW by taking our FREE CT Motorcycle Practice Test online. We offer 25 original, multiple choice questions formed directly from the information in your own Connecticut manual.
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The Connecticut Motorcycle Permit Gets You Ready To Drive

Passing your CT motorcycle permit test demonstrates you have a basic understanding of traffic laws and safety rules to begin learning to drive. Our practice tests help you learn the basics.

A CT Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Builds Knowledge

When you see a person driving down the road on a motorcycle, it looks easy. However, there is a lot you need to know before even trying to drive for the first time. Motorcycles are very different from cars, which means you will need to learn a new set of safety rules to get a permit. This is why even an adult driver will need to take the knowledge exam to get their motorcycle permit. If you are a teenager, you will have even more to learn, including traffic laws and a myriad of road signs. To get started, you will need a copy of your state's driver's manual. This is as easy as stopping by your local office or downloading it from us. Once you have your copy of the manual, it is time to read through and pay special attention the section devoted to motorcycles. Anything in the handbook can become a question on your knowledge exam.

Our practice tests are written from the driver's manual too. We have used the manual to create a pool of questions. When you take one of our practice quizzes, you will see 25 questions randomly generated for you. Each time you take a practice test, there is the potential to find a new question or locate a weakness. Our goal is to help you reinforce what you have already learned and help build confidence. The questions are geared for motorcyclists like what to do when one of your two tires goes flat.

We want you to feel confident on the day you registered to take your test. Your knowledge exam will contain 25 questions and answering 20 of them correctly means you have passed. You will recognize the format of the test from our practice exams. You will take the test on a computer and the answers are in a multiple-choice format. You will want to make sure you are ready to take the test. You do not want to have to come back in a week to try again and pay the fee again.

Connecticut DMV Sample Test Questions

A motorcycle's horn is what, compared to a car's?
  • Just as loud as a car's, so you may rely on it.
  • Much quieter than a car's, so you cannot rely on it to get attention and resolve situations in every circumstance.
  • Louder than a car's, making it very useful at getting the attention of others.
  • None of the listed answers.
Drivers of vehicles and motorcycles are most tempted to lane share during what times?
  • When moving into an exit lane or leaving a highway.
  • All of the answers listed.
  • When preparing to turn at an intersection.
  • In heavy traffic.
  • When they want to pass.
For a safe riding position, how should your knees be placed?
  • As far forward as physically possible.
  • Against the gas tank to help with balancing.
  • Held away from the gas tank to avoid malfunction.
  • In a backward position.
How many different levels of coverage do helmets provide?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 5
  • 7
If the chain or belt of your drive train breaks, you'll ______.
  • Notice an immediate loss of power to the rear wheel. Close the throttle, and brake to a stop in a safe area.
  • Experience very little that is noticeable. Continue on as normal until you can stop and do some maintenance.
  • Experience a loss of power to both wheels. You may lose control of the motorcycle, and should concentrate on minimizing injury.
  • None of the listed answers.